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Barclays Ghana to intensify finance to corporations as it transitions to Absa

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Barclays Financial institution Ghana, a member of Absa Group, has held an Intercontinental Trade Finance Discussion board for its consumers, largely importers and exporters, with a determination to intensify its trade finance assist for enterprises in Ghana as it transitions to Absa.

In accordance to Barclays, it continues to be committed to supporting Ghanaian traders attain their financial aims with a sturdy and broad array of merchandise featuring, coupled with considerable experience in the banking sector. The Financial institution said Absa has lined up excellent and distinctive delivers and options for shoppers to expand their small business.

The Forum dubbed International Trade and Possibility Administration – Optimizing the way companies transact small business internationally”, supplied participants with deep insights into worldwide trade, exposed them to discussions on Ghana’s paperless clearing system, options offered underneath the Africa No cost Trade Settlement and examined developments in Ghana’s overseas trade industry. It also supplied a platform for an conversation among the marketplace players in worldwide trade

Speaking at the Discussion board, Mrs Ellen Ohene-Afoakwa, Corporate Banking Director at Barclays Financial institution Ghana confident shoppers that as Barclays transitions to become Absa, the bank will continue on to be a crucial player in assisting them in their trade facilitation.

“As a financial institution, we intend to keep on playing our rightful job by providing top-quality money expert services to facilitate trade amongst nations and between corporates,” Ohene-Afoakwa reported.

Other speakers at the celebration had been Bohani Hlungwane, Absa Regional Head of Trade, Ivy Deh, a Senior Supplier at Barclays Financial institution Ghana and Abena Serwaa Opoku Fosu, Company Affairs Manager at Ghana Ports and Harbour Authority (GPHA).





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